Three students from Inventure Academy have received five Topper awards and one top 5 World Rank from the Cambridge Assessment International Examinations (CAIE) to acknowledge their outstanding performance in the November 2015 and March-June 2016 Cambridge Examination Series.
The Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards Programme celebrates the success of learners taking Cambridge examinations in over 40 countries around the world. Cambridge places learners at the centre of their international education programmes and qualifications which are inspired by the best in educational thinking.
The following learners at Inventure Academy received Top in the Country and High Achievement awards:
Student Name Subject Area / Level Achievement
1. Pranav Manoj Kumar AS Level Computer Science Top in Country, March/June 2016. Also ranked 5th in the World
2. Sridhar V Prabhu A Level Physics Top in Country, March/June 2016
3. Sridhar V Prabhu A Level Computing High Achievement, March – June, 2016
4. Sridhar V Prabhu A Level Chemistry Top in Country, march/ June 2016
5. Pranav Chandrashekhar IGCSE Chemistry Top in Country, November 2015
Top performing learners will receive their Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards at the Graduation Ceremony in January 2017.
Inventure Academy Managing Trustee, Nooraine Fazal said: “The results are a reflection of the enormous talent in India, not only amongst learners but also within the teaching profession. The Inventure offering helps to identify and maximise a child’s potential, hone individual talents and strengths as well as develop a wide range of interests”.
Pranav Manoj Kumar who has founded the Computer Club at Inventure Academy is ecstatic about his results. “I did not expect a world rank, he said, and I am thrilled with my results. I thank my teachers for helping me with the boards especially Gousia Ma’am who prepared me very well in the subject. I have always been very passionate about Computer Science and I love the subject. Even though I am involved in many co-curricular and beyond academic activities in the school my focus is on Computer Science. I would like to be a researcher in the field of Artificial Intelligence.”
Sridhar V Prabhu of the Class of 2016 has commenced his studies at the University of Cambridge studying BA (Hons.) in Natural Sciences- Physics. He is also the recipient of the newly established Nooraine Fazal Alumni Excellence Grant. This grant has been established to recognise outstanding students at Inventure Academy who have achieved a consistent and exemplary academic record over several years in the school and demonstrate tremendous potential in their undergraduate studies. The award value of the grant is INR 4 lakhs per annum for each year of the undergraduate course. Sridhar has been keen to share his knowledge and acumen in Physics / Mathematics and has been helping tutor his juniors at Inventure Academy. He will continue this mentorship even as he studies at Cambridge, using collaborative online platforms to interact with Inventure students and teachers.
Komala and Ranganath Prabhu, parents of Sridhar Prabhu, said, “We are grateful to the Management and teachers of Inventure Academy for providing a nurturing environment for our child. We feel that his planning, hard work and can do attitude were key factors behind his success.”